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Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Technical Specifications

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Technical Specifications

Are they low tops? Are they mids? It turns out they?re both as we find out technical specifications on the Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme. Kobe?s seventh signature from the Swoosh features interchangeable insert options that vary in height and cushioning. Attack Fast inserts rely on Phylon and Zoom for lightweight responsiveness, combining with a low-cut, power stretch cuff that hugs like a sock and eliminates a traditional tongue. Conversely, Attack Strong inserts build off full length Cushlon and a supportive ankle cuff composed of power-stretch material. The dual midsole options allow players to customize in game or practice for performance needs.

Next-generation Flywire offers superior lockdown with help from a 3-D heel clip and a glass reinforced composite shank. Kobe?s attacking style of play comes to life on the shell, mimicking the look of the leopard, the great white shark, and the black mamba.

The Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme launches at Nike and NikeiD on December 22nd. The Supreme model features both Attack Fast and Attack Strong inserts, retailing at $180, while an inline version possessing only Attack Fast technology will go for $140.

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Strong

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Attack Strong Inserts

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Strong

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Strong

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Fast

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Fast

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Attack Fast Inserts

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Fast

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Outsole

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme with Attack Fast

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Toe Box

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Midsole

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme

Nike Zoom Kobe VII Supreme Outsole

Comments

  1. kikinitonthakourt says:

    these look sick, great design

    1. Keoh says:

      The shoes would be better if the Kobe code wasnt on the bottom, its going to fade away

      1. Keoh says:

        Where did the triangle pattern on the outsole (bottom of the shoe) come from??

  2. TJ SACCO says:

    Ima wear them ankle supports for sandals

    1. treesty says:

      brilliant!

    2. CNB says:

      Funny as hell!!! Me too!!!

  3. Victabamo says:

    and it all comes together.

    it sort of justifies the extra $40 but it?is already expensive to begin with.

    it won’t stop anyone from buying them though

  4. Jason says:

    Why is it that I keep thinking of adidas influences on this sneaker?

    1. treesty says:

      what do you see? ?The inserts are obviously Huarache-esque. ?You talking about influence from old adidas Kobe’s?

  5. Cgeezy913 says:

    Jordan always gets my money around the holidays…but now Kobe and Durant too…oh well can’t front on the fly.

  6. PastyGangsterRivera says:

    As much as I don’t want to to, probably pull the trigger on these.? Technology sells and since Kobe’s are the greatest baller shoe ever, these will be SICK!? Def b coppin hard? PhillyBoy!

  7. Vicebeshoes says:

    Just saw them in-store other day. I still prefer the inline, CHEAPER version (using my ankle braces) over the extremely-pricey supreme version. I’ll hold off for better colorways and when prices drop as they always do later in the year :P I’m in no rush to get these.

  8. Stownes1 says:

    I like them too….but will wait til da first of the year….and for more colorways…

  9. Are these coming out on ID? I’d definitely consider ID’ing these.

  10. Nunya says:

    cant wait to ball IN THESE!!!!!!

  11. B.A. says:

    oh my kobes durants and lebrons ima be rocking heat off court and on court … but i would prefer the low top version kobe has the best low top hooping shoe

  12. Anonymous says:

    Yes i will cop, for ball and another pair for just walking around. The ones without the ankle supports though. I ride low.

  13. word is bond says:

    40 bucks for in an insole/brace hybrid? This is fucking robbery!

  14. Allen says:

    Really not feeling these @ all. I personally feel the LeBron 9′s Taxi’s colorway look better in my opinion. Google them if u haven’t seen it, or Nice kicks hurry up & put them on your page.

    1. Henry St.eve says:

      They say the lebron taxi’s were an ID. n that was limited bc nike already took the yellow outta the color option. These 7′s r pretty dope. not gonna lie, i kinda want these now more than the inline. Still waiting on those poison dart frogs to come out.

      1. Toyens1 says:

        Poison dart frogs? U mean the ones that are supposed to be the christmas colorway or did u see something else?

  15. Baba says:

    I’m just gonna wear them ankle support/insole joints! The ultimate lightweight basketball bootie!!! Lmao!

  16. instead of switching up the design every year, i guess nike is just going to insert new soles into every signature shoe that drops from now on and charge an extra 40 bucks for the pleasure.?

  17. Solecollector2891 says:

    Two separate inserts? ?One for quickness, one for strength. ?Sounds a lot like the concept that made the AJ 2011 so successful.

  18. WZA says:

    I’ll take the $140 joint, don’t need that gay ankle strap

  19. alex says:

    can we get the two versions with only one pair?